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Take the Pain out of QAD Customization!

If you have customized system maintenance programs in your QAD system — or if you are planning t0—make sure you talk to us. QAD ERP is a packaged software like any other ERP system, built to satisfy manufacturing needs across many industries. However, you may discover that one-size-fits-all ERP does not COMPLETELY satisfy the needs of your company. Customizing QAD gives […]

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QAD EE Business Relations

by Don Lindsey With the advent of the EE versions of QAD, there is a new data element introduced to SE’s familiar structure. If you deal with the EE versions, you have had to come to grips with this new concept of the “Business Relation.” Business Relations is a new element that ties the address […]

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COVID-19, Your Supply Chain and How to Cope

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NEW! Journal Entry and GL Analyzer for QAD EE

Two new Data Loaders are now available for QAD Version EE — Journal Entry and GL Analyzer! Journal Entry Data Loader for QAD EE This Data Loader allows you to download your journal entry transactions from QAD into convenient Excel spreadsheets for easier management, changes, and additions. You can then safely and easily upload them […]

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Healthcare Company Solves their Entry Woes

When a global healthcare company needed to change their item structures in QAD, they had a daunting task. They went from 6 to 40 product lines in a short amount of time and needed to assign general ledger account codes to all these items. This necessitated a significant number of entries in QAD’s Inventory Account Management […]

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Maybe You Don’t Need that New ERP System Yet

This video from Eric Kimberling discusses the risks involved in migrating to a new ERP system or moving to the cloud version of your existing ERP system. He makes some great points that are important to consider.     Cloud-based ERP can cost customers more in the long run than on-premise deployment. There is a […]

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Flexible Management of Customer Schedules

Flexible Customer Scheduling = Flawless Execution = Favorable Customers Customer scheduled orders can be challenging to manage and maintain, particularly when they are sent via EDI directly from your customer to your QAD system. Viewing and making changes to orders in the QAD system can be time-consuming. Customers can send both long- and short-term schedules […]

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QAD Upgrade Means a Sleek New Portal

When our client, a manufacturing company, embarked on a QAD version upgrade, one of their biggest concerns was what to do with an extranet site that was being used by internal sales, external reps, distributors, and OEMs. The site was old and quite difficult to maintain, but the users relied on it so it had to stay. […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Forecasting

Recently, MRP specialist Don Lindsey presented a webinar, Forecasting—What Does the Future Hold?  This infographic was inspired by Don’s presentation. You can watch the webinar replay here.   Related resources: Using Simulation Forecasts in QAD Summary and Simulated Forecast Data Loaders for QAD  

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QAD is a Good Choice for Life Science Companies

17 Reasons Why QAD is a Good Choice for Life Science Companies by Don Lindsey Several years ago at a conference, I was talking to a colleague who was in the process of choosing the right ERP system for his life science company. He asked me to list the reasons why the life science company […]

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